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Zippered Travel Pouch

This zippered travel pouch will have you easily crocheting on your next road trip, while you're sitting at the beach, or wherever you adventure. Its small size means you can grab and go, while it still fits multiple crochet hooks, yarn needles, safety pins, safety scissors, and measuring tape! At least, those are my go-to travel needs when crocheting away from the comforts of my couch. Bonus: it fits pens and pencils for other hobbies and pouch needs.Zippered Travel Pouch

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Fantail Pencil Case

A sturdy, no-sew liner keeps your pencils or hooks protected, even when using an openwork stitch pattern for the case. This pattern is part of the Back-to-School Crochet-a-Long with CAL Central. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting flat in rows Skipping stitches and crocheting in chain spaces Skill Level Easy Finished Size Pencil/Crochet Hook Case: 8.5” (21.5 cm) width x 6.25” (16 cm) height. Materials Lion Brand Jeans yarn (100% acrylic, 3.5 oz/100 g/246 yd/225 m) - 1 skein ea in 108 Brand New (CA) and 150 Vintage (CB), or approximately 60 yd (55 m) in ea of 2 colors in any medium weight cotton yarn. US Size I-9/5.5 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. Yarn or tapestry needle with eye small enough to sew through button. Duck Color Duct Tape - 1 roll (1.88” x 15 yd) in Neon Pink, or approximately 1/3 roll of duct tape. Buttons Galore and More Sparkle Buttons - 1-1/8” (3 cm) button in GBX510 Plum, or any 1-1/8” (3 cm) sew through button. VELCRO® Brand Sticky Value Pack Circles and Squares - (3) 7/8” (2 cm) square fasteners. Gauge 1 fantail = 1.5” (4 cm) across in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this pattern.Fantail Pencil Case

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Pocket Hot Pad

Crochet hot pads are one of those gifts everyone LOVES. Plus they can be hard to find for most people that don't crochet. So, gifting hot pads is a great handmade gift that will be appreciated. The pocket hot pad is a fun, useful kitchen essential. The pocket can be used to help grab items out of the stove or can be used as a way to gift some fun kitchen gadgets. Everybody loves a pocket. Crochet Hook Size I (5.50mm) Worsted (#4) Weight Yarn-ranges from 95-120 yards Measuring Tape Yarn Needle Scissors Size: 7" or 9" options - both square with hanging loop

Pocket Hot Pad

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Granny Square Pincushion Free Crochet Pattern

Create your granny square pillows that are cute and beautiful. You can make them in any colors. In every shade this pillow looks great. This is a very useful design and you can do it quickly and easily. Is perfect for beginners. In the tutorial you will find an auxiliary photo. they will help you to make a pattern from beginning to end. Find free time and crochet crochet crochet amazing projects for yourself and your family!

Suggested yarn: Namolio Linen

Sizes available: 7x7cm

Cute little cushions for storing pins and needles. This will make your work easier and you will not lose your crocheting materials. This is a free pattern. You can do it in a few moments. Have fun!Granny Square Pincushion Free Crochet Pattern

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Epic Crochet Wizard Gnome Pattern By Winding Road Crochet

This crochet wizard gnome is ready to start an epic adventure with you. He is intended to be a Halloween Gnome but he is great for anyone who loves to read epic adventures, plays DandD, or is a fan of a certain grey wizard in a certain trilogy.Epic Crochet Wizard Gnome Pattern By Winding Road Crochet

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Cat Cuddler Travel Neck Pillow

  • Designed by Tonya Bush

Neck pillows doesn't have to be boring at all and this one is the best example for that! It's a simple, geometric and modern pattern, that uses little yarn and doesn't require much crocheting skills.

Cat Cuddler Travel Neck Pillow

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